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Feb 19, 2022
Cobb Great Hall

BODYTRAFFIC (SFP)

Sensory-Friendly Performance

Feb 19, 2022
Cobb Great Hall

BODYTRAFFIC (SFP)

Sensory-Friendly Performance

COVID-19 Protocols

Updated as of January 1, 2022. Safety requirements in place at Wharton Center:

  • Proof of vaccinations or negative test for ages 12 and older.
    • Provide proof of vaccination by showing an original vaccination card, a copy of the card or a digital photo on a smartphone, AND a photo ID, such as a driver’s license or passport.  
    • Unvaccinated patrons must show a negative COVID-19 test. Your test must list the results, a time stamp within 72 hours before your performance time, your name AND be presented with a photo ID.
    • Michigan State University students, faculty and staff can show their University ID as proof of compliance with the university's vaccine mandate. 
  • Wearing of masks indoors, regardless of vaccination status, for the duration of the performance.

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Refunds
Contact the ticket office by email or phone for information on how to proceed.

Sensory-Friendly Performances

Wharton Center, in collaboration with a variety of MSU and community partners, is creating an initiative to provide a supportive and welcoming environment that will make live theatre accessible to those with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), developmental disabilities, sensory processing disorder, and other sensory-sensitive people and their families. 

Additional information about Sensory-Friendly Performance